Question about 1998 Porsche Boxster
Posted by Anonymous on
it is most likely the MAF sensor or air mass sensor these are the exact symptons you get when they start to fail, it is worth a mention though that you may be able to clean the it and they often last a while longer, if not they are pretty cheap even for a porshe.
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